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Variety Premios “Breakthrough of the Year”

Variety Premios “Breakthrough of the Year”

La revista Variety premio no solo estrellas del espectáculo que han utilizado dichas tendencias como plataforma, sino también mentes innovadoras que han roto esquemas creando nuevas maneras de socializar como los creadores de VINE videos Colin Kroll y Rus Yusupov . La Actriz Kristen Bell lució increíble en la alfombra roja de los premios “Breakthrough […]

Hangover III a carbon copy of the first film

Hangover III a carbon copy of the first film

At least this time Todd Phillips and co-writer Craig Mazin have come up with some new beats in “The Hangover Part III,” instead of presenting a carbon copy of the first film. (Original writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore are long gone, of course.) If you’re looking for plot, they’ve got one. It’s lazy, but […]

5 de Mayo the battle movie review

5 de Mayo the battle movie review

Cinco de Mayo, La Batalla chronicles the story of Mexico’s Battle of Puebla, the most important battle in Mexico’s history. When the unbeatable French army invades Mexico to set up a monarchy, General Ignacio Zaragoza played by Kuno Becker (Goal!, From Prada to Nada), must defend the city of Puebla, commanding a poorly armed and […]

Brad Pitt and Chris Pine at Cinemacon Las Vegas

Brad Pitt and Chris Pine at Cinemacon Las Vegas

By Albert Angulo CinemaCon kicked off tonight at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas with a presentation from Paramount. In only its 3rd year, what used to be ShoWest is proving to have the magic touch as once again all the major studios plus Lionsgate will be doing dog and pony shows for the nation’s exhibitors […]

Immigration Reform Rally at The Lloyd George Federal Building in Las Vegas

Immigration Reform Rally at The Lloyd George Federal Building in Las Vegas

By: Alberto Angulo Photographer: Claudia Ponce “Diversity its our biggest strength ” that is what it read one the cardboard being held by a woman at the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Rally that took place today March 4th, 2013 outside The Lloyd George Federal Office Building in Las Vegas, Nevada. Salvador Zamora long time activist in […]

Las Vegas Strip Lights Out On Saturday

Las Vegas Strip Lights Out On Saturday

Las Vegas ,  It’s lights out for the Las Vegas Strip this weekend. Las Vegas Strip will participate in Earth Hour on Saturday evening. Many of the lights along the Strip will dim or go dark in honor of Earth Hour 2013. Its an important event and marks the seventh year for Earth Hour. But the […]

Oz the Great and Powerful isn’t as good as the 1939 classic

Oz the Great and Powerful isn’t as good as the 1939 classic

by Albert Angulo The film itself stars James Franco as a Midwestern sideshow magician named Oscar (or, as he bills himself, “Oz) who is swept away in a Kansas tornado, transporting him to the magical land of Oz. There, he meets Theodora (Mila Kunis), a beautiful witch who informs Oz of a prophecy that he […]

21 and over the next Hangover? (Trailer)

21 and over the next Hangover? (Trailer)

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, don’t stray too far from their cinematic bread ‘n’ butter. By Albert Angulo It’s hard to imagine anybody who’s 21 and over, truly getting much out of 21 and over, but so far as these types of films go, one isn’t as aggressively stupid as some. It’s written and directed […]

Update: HIV-Infant cured

Update: HIV-Infant cured

HIV, we’re winning the battle, it’s just the war that evades us. By Albert Angulo It may sound hard to believe, but doctors from Mississippi are saying that for the first time, an infant has been cured of an HIV infection. Doctors have been reported as saying the infant had tested positive for HIV on […]

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